September 23, 2023 at 11:11 ampouryabazyarSubscriberHello everyone,I encountered a bug in Ansys. I designed one cylindrical shell part. After that, define 3 points and connect them with a line in the design modeler as a beam and define a rectangular cross-section. I put contact between the points and the inner face. Although there is no contact between beams and the surface, It was solved by Anysys. I do not know that it is a bug of the software or analysis setting.I attached its picture. I would be happy to find a solution.
September 25, 2023 at 6:04 amNanda VerallaAnsys Employee
Duplicate thread, kindly use the below link:
Static analysis in Ansys (truss inside of the surface) ??
September 25, 2023 at 1:09 pmpouryabazyarSubscriber
Of course. As you see the picture, I defined one force and fix support on the shell part (each side). I put one bonsws connection between points and inner face of the cylinder. I have done optimization. My inputs are location of one of the points (x, y, z). The output is maximum stress. According to the rules of Ansys, it will not be solved when the inputs are inappropriate. As you see in the optimization section, I change the location of the point (it does not have a connection with the inner face of the shell). However, it was solved. When I was designing a cylinder as a solid part, it could not be solved. What should I do?
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